In Part II, youâll build the client for your application. This is where the magic happens, as the authors take you through the process step by step. Backbone.js is the ideal library for demonstrating SPA development in practice, but you can apply the same principles with other frameworks in your future applications. Part III takes you through the process of building the server side of your application using ASP.NET Web API, and hooking up the two parts of your application to create a working whole.
SPA development also comes with its own particular challenges, including tracking history, user interface performance, and how to handle search engine optimization. In the final chapters, the authors guide you through some of these issues and advanced techniques and finish by showing you how to deploy your application. As SPAs become the de facto standard of web application development, the in-depth Pro Single Page Application Development will be your one-stop shop for creating fluid, modern applications on the web.
You are probably reading this book because you have been assigned to work on an âagileâ project to develop a mobile app. This book is not meant to be a technical book on mobile app development, nor is it intended to be a substitute book for software development frameworks such as scrum.
The purpose of this book is to provide a management level understanding of what agile project management is all about, and how to apply it, specifically, in mobile app development projects.
If you have some background in project management, we tried to bridge the similarities and differences between what you already know and how it can be applied within the context of mobile app development projects.
The first three chapters set the stage on how to sustain agility and mobility, overcome the resistance to change, and how to enable your team to work anytime and anywhere.
The next four chapters dive deep into applying agile principles with the scrum framework, establishing the project fundamentals, customizing the scrum framework, and planning and scheduling the work.
We close off by ensuring that proper communication occurs internally and externally, and offering our insights on how to test and deliver mobile apps.
"It's no secret that the mobile app market is growing at unparalleled rates. Agile project management is helping us be more efficient and better support our clients. This must-read primer will benefit anyone managing a mobile app development project with a virtual or global team. Read this book, and learn from the valuable experiences of these authors!"
âHasmukh Padsumbiya Director of Technology, Arixle Solutions
"This is a breakthrough book. John Estrella and Rossetta Sornabala reveal the intersection between agile project management practices and mobile app development. The strategic and business management focus is what elevates the usefulness of this book and is whatâs missing in the resources available today for professionals in mobile app and software development. I highly recommend this as a guidebook for a traditional project manager transitioning to mobile app development, a start-up that needs a framework to help strategize delivery of their mobile application launch, or entrepreneurs finding their way."
âNaomi Caietti Co-Author, Bridging the PM Competency GapManaging Director, Naomi Caietti Consulting
"#Agile4Mobile enriches the agile project management discipline with a magnetic framework and organized approach to mobile application development. John and Rossetta have discussed and offered resolution to complex and sensitive challenges with a clear and simple approach. This book is a fantastic tool for all developersâmobile or not. A real must have for all of the creative brains out there!"
âSandeep Grover Director of Business Systems & IT, Armstrong Fluid Technology
86 recipes on how to build fast, scalable, and powerful web services and applications with Go
Go is an open source programming language that is designed to scale and support concurrency at the language level. This gives you the liberty to write large concurrent web applications with ease. From creating web application to deploying them on Amazon Cloud Services, this book will be your one-stop guide to learn web development in Go. The Go Web Development Cookbook teaches you how to create REST services, write microservices, and deploy Go Docker containers. Whether you are new to programming or a professional developer, this book will help get you up to speed with web development in Go. We will focus on writing modular code in Go; in-depth informative examples build the base, one step at a time. You will learn how to create a server, work with static files, SQL, NoSQL databases, and Beego. You will also learn how to create and secure REST services, and create and deploy Go web application and Go Docker containers on Amazon Cloud Services. By the end of the book, you will be able to apply the skills you've gained in Go to create and explore web applications in any domain.
This book is for Go developers interested in learning how to use Go to build powerful web applications. A background in web development is expected.
You need much more than imagination to predict earthquakes and detect brain cancer cells. Become an expert in designing and deploying TensorFlow and Keras models, and generate insightful predictions with the power of deep learning.
With this book, you'll learn how to train, evaluate and deploy Tensorflow and Keras models as real-world web applications. After a hands-on introduction, you'll use a sample model to explore the details of deep learning, selecting the right layers that can solve a given problem. By the end of the book, you'll build a Bitcoin application that predicts the future price, based on historic, and freely available information.
This book is ideal for experienced developers, analysts, or a data scientists, who want to develop applications using TensorFlow and Keras. This rapid hands-on course quickly shows you how to get to grips with TensorFlow in the context of real-world application development. We assume that you are familiar with Python and have a basic knowledge of web application development. If you have a background in linear algebra, probability, and statistics, you will easily grasp concepts that are discussed in the book.
What Every Androidâ¢ App Developer Should Know Today: Android Tools, App/UI Design, Testing, Publishing, And More
This fully reworked edition of a proven title is the most useful real-world guide to building robust, commercial-grade Androidâ¢ apps. The content is revised and updated for the latest Android 4.3 SDK and the newest development best practices. Introduction to Androidâ¢ Application Development: Android Essentials, Fourth Edition, Â covers all you need to quickly start developing professional apps for todayâs Android devices. Three expert developers guide you through setting up your development environment, designing user interfaces, developing for diverse devices, and optimizing your entire app-development processâfrom design through publication. Updated throughout, this title includes extensive coverage of the most useful new Android tools and utilities. It adds an all-new chapter on planning an amazing Android app user experience, plus extensive new coverage of unit testing, dialogs, preferences, and app publishing. Throughout, key concepts are taught through clear, up-to-date example code.
This edition offers
For Android developers at all levels of experience, this reference is now more valuable than ever. Students, instructors, and self-learners will especially appreciate new chapter-ending questions and exercises, carefully designed to test knowledge and deepen mastery.
Annuzzi has released new source code samples for use with Android Studio. The code updates are posted to the associated blog site:Â http://introductiontoandroid.blogspot.com/
Note: This revamped, newly titled edition is a complete update of Androidâ¢ Wireless Application Development, Volume I: Android Essentials, Third Edition
Most software developers have inherited legacy or brownfield projects thatrequire maintenance, incremental improvements, or even cleaning up the messanother programmer left behind.
Brownfield Application Development in .NET shows developers how toapproach legacy applications with the state-of-the-art concepts, patterns, andtools developers apply to new projects. Using an existing application as anexample, this book guides readers in applying the techniques and best practicesthey need to make a brownfield application more maintainable and receptive tochange.
As the book proceeds, the authors introduce frameworks and tools commonlyused today while still approaching the subject from a conceptual level so thatyou can substitute alternate tools as appropriate. Because the book is based onthe authors' experiences, Brownfield Application Development in .NETmoves beyond the theories and shows readers the techniques they need to besuccessful.
Purchase of the print book comes with an offer of a free PDF, ePub, and Kindle eBook from Manning. Also available is all code from the book.
Java EE is one of the most popular tools for enterprise application design and development. This book addresses the challenges related to Java EE application development.
It begins by introducing you to the latest features in Java EE 8 and will also throw light on the application that will be built throughout the book. From there, we will go in depth into each of the three tiers of the application, exploring Web Services, Servlets, and the latest MVC architecture, in the first tier. In the middle tier, we will cover stateless EJBs and concurrency, and will go in depth into Java's messaging service.
In the final tier, we will talk about integrating JDBC into an application, as well as using persistence offered by Java and other alternative frameworks. You will also see how to work with the Reactive architecture and Microservices, while taking advantage of the latest security features and authenticating your application. You will gain insights into profiling your app's performance, and will see how to overcome issues related to distributed apps. Finally, you will get an overview of some deployment topologies.
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